Glick Says COVID-19 Has Hindered Campaign
Monday, June 1, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has affected businesses and individuals around Indiana for the last two months. It is also put a big damper on candidates leading into tomorrow's primary election.

Incumbent District 13 State Senator Sue Glick says because of COVID-19
she and the other candidates have not had a chance to meet with voters on a one on one bases. Glick says she enjoys going door to door, meeting people on their turf, but that cannot be done out of an abundance of caution. She says people are not getting together and are not asking questions of the candidates on matter that are important to them.

Glick says COVID-19 is something Indiana, and the United States, will have to deal with for years to come.

Glick is being challenged for the Republican nomination for her State Senate seat by Jeff Wible.